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The English Organ is a series of films and recordings made by Fugue State Films, telling the story of the English organ and its music, over five hundred years. This showcase of repertoire and instruments is presented by Daniel Moult who performs ten hours of repertoire from Byrd to the present day on thirty-three organs. It is a production by acclaimed film-maker Will Frazer.
In a series of special films for the RCO derived from the project (and available on iRCO), Daniel Moult discusses the history of organ-building in England, and demonstrates the diversity of organ types, with appropriate music. The first of these bespoke RCO films takes an overview of the development of the English organ, from its Tudor beginnings.
This online event, using Zoom, will comprise a showing of several film excerpts and will offer ample opportunity to ask Daniel and Will questions about the topics raised in the film series, and about the making of such a comprehensive series over several years and three continents. The event is free of charge to members, and is offered as a personal and professional development session.
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• Requests to join should be received no later than 13:00 on the day of the session.
• Bookings for participants under the age of 18 should come from a parent or guardian who must be present in the same building as the participant at the time of the event.
Please note that this webinar will be recorded and may subsequently be made available for general viewing on our iRCO site. (Access to all iRCO resources is free to RCO Members. Non-members will be asked to pay to view recorded events of this type.)
Joining instructions for this event on 17 June, together with any materials required, will be sent out by email on the Monday or Tuesday prior to the event.